In a fact sheet, the Federal Aviation Administration revealed that it has approved nearly 1,500 requests for licenses to fly drones in the United States.
The Defense Clandestine Service is another step in the convergence of the military and civilian intelligence operations.
On Tuesday, President Obama signed an executive order granting the intelligence community sweeping power over the nation's electronic infrastructure.
With the expected issuance of a cybersecurity executive order, President Obama will give power to the federal intelligence apparatus to monitor the online activities of Americans.
An increasing number of lawmakers in states and municipalities across the country are proposing bills aimed at restricting the use of drones in their jurisdictions.
Following the pattern set by the National Security Agency (NSA), the Justice Department refuses to disclose how, when, and how often the federal government uses GPS to track vehicles.
A student in a Texas school district lost her federal court case Tuesday after challenging the school’s radio-frequency ID tracking system.
The Obama administration and its “fusion centers” were working with the privately owned Federal Reserve as well as state and local law enforcement to spy on “Occupy Wall Street,” according to heavily redacted Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) documents recently released under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). While the controversial “Occupy” movement sparked serious concerns, the actions and lies of authorities detailed in the files have also raised fears over an out-of-control federal government and its central bank partner.
North Dakota State Representative Rick Becker knows a threat to liberty when he sees one. He will soon introduce legislation to limit law enforcement's use of drones in searches and seizures.
Less than a month after governments debated ending online anonymity and other proposals to impose a global regulatory regime on the Internet at a United Nations conference in Dubai, the dictatorship ruling mainland China announced that all Web users would have to identify themselves with their full names. The new rules also mandate that “illegal” content — criticism of the regime, for example — be immediately scrubbed and reported to authorities.